Quick Links

Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Main Navigation

Top

Annual Report

Sub Navigation

Top

Home > breadcrumbs: District > breadcrumbs: Annual Report >

Working...

Ajax Loading Image

 

Annual Report 2017-18

June 18, 2018

Niobrara Public School

54-0501-000

2017-2018 Annual Report

 

Contact Information: 

 

Niobrara Public School

247 N. Hwy 12

Niobrara, NE 68760-0310

Phone:  402-857-3322

Fax:  402-857-3716

Agency ID:  54-0501-000

 

Introduction:  This report is required of school districts by the Nebraska State Department of Education for them to be following state accreditation standards.  Each district in the state must report specific information to their patrons each year.  Mandatory report topics are student progress, demographics, learning climate and finance.  The regulation also requires that information be published and available to patrons.  If you have any questions about these topics or others, please feel free to contact the school office.

 

Niobrara Public School is a Class III school district located in Northeast Nebraska along the scenic Niobrara and Missouri Rivers.  It serves approximately 240 students over 149 square miles.  The student population is reflective of the diverse cultural realm that the district serves.  There are significant numbers of American Indian (Santee Sioux and Northern Ponca) students receiving their education at Niobrara Public Schools.  The school system has been divided into a PK-5, 6-8 and 9-12 organizational structure.  This allows teachers to concentrate on specific content areas with benchmark standards guiding the curriculum.  Teachers are able to work with students for three to four years in a content area allowing for greater student success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nebraska State Accountability : NeSA Scores

Percent Proficient:  Meets/Exceeds Combined

Results for ALL Grades Tested

 

Reading

Mathematics

Science

Writing

2010-2011

65

56

 

 

2011-2012

71

48

65

 

2012-2013

63

45

38

57

2013-2014

55

47

41

 

2014-2015

69

48

49

54

2015-2016

84

54

59

47

2016-2017

 

 

 

 

2017-2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall RIT 2011

Spring RIT 2012

Fall RIT 2012

Spring RIT 2013

Fall RIT 2013

Spring RIT 2014

Fall RIT 2014

Spring RIT 2015

Fall RIT 2015

Spring RIT 2016

Fall RIT 2016

Spring RIT 2017

Fall RIT 2017

Spring RIT 2018

Grade 3

188.8

200.8

   

195.9

196.1

191.9

199.2

190.8

195.9

194.1

 

198

204

Grade 4

196.6

205.3

199.8

204.4

199.7

203.3

201.2

208.5

199

206.9

200

202

202

207

Grade 5

210.9

214.1

202

206.7

201.8

210.7

201.9

209.3

206.9

210

205.3

209

205

210

Grade 6

207.5

212.3

215.4

214.4

208.2

206

209.8

214.6

208.9

216.3

208.7

209

209

204

Grade 7

211.4

221.2

210

210.7

216.2

220.1

214.2

213.3

213.2

219.4

209.5

209

213

216

Grade 8

218.8

225.1

212.9

219.3

214.6

213.6

221.8

219.4

218.9

222.1

212.6

213

218

215

Grade 9

217.3

225.1

212.7

220.5

217.5

223.3

218.9

218.8

223.3

226.3

212.1

215.8

221.3

220.1

Grade 10

   

222.1

224.9

226.8

228.3

221.3

222

216.3

221.4

228.6

215

221

222

Grade 11

223.3

     

220.5

220.6

230.3

225.9

225

228.3

231.9

232

234

233

                             

Below 40th %ile

                           

40th-60th %ile

                           

Above 60th %ile

                       

 

 

 

** Blanks indicate class size less than 10 students

                           

 

Student Counts as of the Last Friday in September, 2017

 

Grade

Students

Grade

Students

Pre K

17

 

 

K

16

07

21

01

14

08

9

02

11

09

14

03

21

10

13

04

16

11

14

05

19

12

13

06

15

12+

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRADE BY GRADE STUDENT NUMBERS

 

Total Students K-12 on Last Friday in September

 

2012-2013                    167 or 185 with Preschool

2013-2014                    185 or 203 with Preschool

2014-2015                    184 or 198 with Preschool

2015-2016                    195 or 208 with Preschool

2016-2017                    211 or 225 with Preschool

2017-2018                    197 or 214 with Preschool

 

 

 

 

Poverty Percentage History

 

2012-2013          141/167 = 84%

2013-2014          149/185 = 81%

2014-2015          143/186 = 77%

2015-2016          156/208 = 75%

2016-2017           157/211 = 74%

2017-2018           152/197 = 77%

Back To Top